The Costa Brava is a summation of sensations and contrasts. There are more than 200 kilometres of coastline, starting from the north with France and ending in the south with Barcelona, it has a great alternation between wide beaches and small coves surrounded by vegetation and rocky cliffs.
In the Costa Brava many landscapes of great natural beauty have been conserved intact and with little urban presence, which allows us to enjoy a wide diversity of this place.
It is also worth mentioning the towns on the coast, with a picturesque seafaring tradition that are still intact, next to the large tourist towns.
Gastronomy also plays an important role in the province of Girona, since there are 13 Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as its wines and cavas, with a wine tradition that goes back for more than 2,500 years.
In the Costa Brava you can enjoy oneself in many different ways, you can walk, swim, shop, rest, ski, you can do everything or nothing and you just have to live it.